DJ MAHOGANY Popular local DJ spins freaky funk, sultry soul, righteous R&B and a whole lotta unexpected faves.
SILENT DISCO Dance the night away with wireless headphones and two channels of music. One of them is a request line!
Eat breakfast and take photos with Jolly Old St. Nick. This holiday event also includes crafts and activities for children.
Eat breakfast, get a photo with jolly old St. Nick, make crafts and participate in holiday-themed activities.
Catch a screening of Despicable 3. Popcorn and lemonade served.
The special storytime has stories and crafts to help the Grinch's heart grow. Ages 2–9.
Athens Little Playhouse will help kids prepare a one-minute monologue, 16 bars of a song, and teach a few dance steps.
Santa and his elf-dog are in town. Proceeds benefit Brain Aid.
MARY SIGALAS Mary sings classic jazz/blues from the 1920s–50s with surprise arrangements and unexpected tunes.
BLEACH GARDEN Three-piece grunge-rock group from Atlanta.
THE STYROFOAM TURTLES Grungy garage-rock band from Asheville, NC.
THE GOOD LOOKS Young band playing a custom blend of rock, blues, funk, punk and alternative.
OLDE WORLD MONKEYS Athens-based Southern and stoner-rock outfit.
PROPERTY OF BOLTON New local rock four-piece.
HANDSOME HIGHWAY Local honky-tonk and Americana group led by Southern swooner Barrett Smith.
SOHI Underground hip-hop MC formerly of Athens groups Mad Axes and Deaf Judges.
CIVILS Experimental solo pop sounds courtesy of Athens musician Drew Kirby.
FRENCH EXIT Local rock band featuring members of Circulatory System and Faster Circuits.
BLOODKIN & FRIENDS The long-running Athens quartet plays a bluesy style of roots-rock music with big guitars and sharply written lyrics.
THE GRAINS OF SAND Local band with a four-piece horn section offering up your favorite '60s and '70s beach and Motown music.
KARAOKE Hosted by karaoke fanatic Dr. Fred and featuring a large assortment of pop, rock, indie and more.
LIVE MUSIC Rotating local jazz and bluegrass bands play every Friday and Saturday night.
THE FUSTICS Folk-rock band from North Carolina.
THE LUDDITES Rock band from Atlanta whose core members met in Athens.
ADAM COOPER Multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter from Suwanee.
A dance presented by Athens Folk Music & Dance Society with live music by Joe Willey and the Movin' Men and calling by Robbin Marcus.
The market will offer handmade crafts, wreaths, jewelry, flowers, fruitcake and more. Activities include a gingerbread house station, cooking demo, pictures with santa, DIY Christmas stocking workshop, live music and kids activities.
(Downtown Washington) Play in the snow on The Square.
Performers include Life the Griot, Gift Economy, Celest Divine, Reno Roberts and Katie Orton. Chess on-site. Proceeds benefit Chess & Community.
(Comer) The family-run glassblowing studio offers handmade glass items. Live demos until 3 p.m.
Spend the morning relaxing with the therapeutic practice of coloring.
Meet local author Patrick Garbin and Steve "Shag" Davis in celebration of the Dawgs Gone Wild: The Scandalous '70s of UGA Football.
The Friends of the Athens-Clarke County Library host a book sale in the lobby with children's books, cookbooks, puzzles, games and more.
The murder-mystery musical comedy is like Agatha Christie meets 42nd Street.
Rose of Athens Theatre presents It's a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play.
Travel back to the late 1800s in the Blue Ridge Mountains during the Civil War to meet a close-knit family, the Morgans.
Beginner to advanced skill levels welcome.
(Atkins Ford Arena) Ice Creative Entertainment presents an ice show performance.
Tuba players can receive a copy of songs online. Arrive early to rehearse with the group. All tuba players are welcome.
Play games and enjoy holiday snacks. Bring a wrapped gift of a game valuing approximately $25 for the white elephant board game gift exchange and canned goods for the Food Bank of Northeast Georgia.
Get individual instruction for graphics, audio or video editing projects or learn to convert albums and cassettes to DVDs and CDs. Thursdays, 6 p.m. and Saturdays, 11 a.m. 706-613-3650